Cracking pet's back



  • I know this is odd, but has anybody ever wondered about cracking a pet's back? I know my cats wouldn't dig it at all, but perhaps a dog would. Just think of the pleasure it would bring to a pet, plus the economic potential in having a pet chiropractic franchise!



  • lol i wouldn't suggest you try it to my cat, She will go ape!!



  • I have a French Bulldog who loves me pressing on pressure points in his joints….I have applied pressure along his spinal cord, but never enough to cause a crack, and I don't want to risk hurting him.

    I live in the Bay Area and there is a Chiro who specializes in Animal Chiro and does adjustments to horses and dogs. So yes, it is possible and done



  • here is cracking a cats neck

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=6QzlRry6CBA



  • I tried on my friend's dog, it wouldn't work



  • @deeter:

    I tried on my friend's dog, it wouldn't work

    Do it like so:

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=uJt47cfXxnQ



  • lol.. thats funny!
    looks little risky though, I wouldn't want to risk hurting pets

    @bossnigger:

    @deeter:

    I tried on my friend's dog, it wouldn't work

    Do it like so:
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=uJt47cfXxnQ



  • @bossnigger:

    here is cracking a cats neck

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=6QzlRry6CBA

    If thats the one i think i saw - it is sick and wrong.

    I would never do that to my cat as i would not like it done to me and you might be causing serious problems! :evil:



  • my dog used to crack his own bones. he would put his front paws on your chest so he was standing on his hind legs and use you to stretch his front legs by pushing his weight down occasionally his legs would crack. mad old thing used to enjoy it i'm sure as he would do it all the time



  • crack his own bones!
    wow clever dog lol


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